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Fayetteville Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - May 3, 1927, Fayetteville, Arkansas A the weather a a Cloudy cooler probably Thun a a de showers tuesday night wed a a mesday fair cooler. Tempera a a Tures tuesday High 76, Low bib it a Atte Democrat a pertinent pickups a a a Ailt m the fashion a a sheets the latest to be wort by a a Bath my beauties Are a smile and a a a coat of Tan. A volume 3.1, num Hek 139. I a v i in Viler Auk a n s As. Tuesday eve emn cd Mav 3. 1927. In per comr toe per month floods fury now visited upon Louisiana six parishes under water refugees concentrating first photo of mexican rail massacre fighting disease in 7 states la War Secretary Davis is to visit flood zone with Hoover Fin a Utemei ant pre Washington. May 3 pc hot Coolidge has directed Secretary Davis of the War department to accompany Secretary Hoover tomorrow when Hoover returns to the Mississippi flood area in order that the Engineer corps of the army and the Mississippi River commission May expedite the report on flood prevention measures. 12 More seaplanes sent to flood area to 4 Preva Washington. May in twelve additional Navy seaplanes have been i ordered from Pensacola. Florida to Baton Rouge for duty in flood areas in the lower Mississippi. Six More bodies located Iii mine 24 dead 75 missing Aimo latal pre. Fairmount w. Va., May 3�? bodies of six additional victims of the Everettville mine disaster were located by Rescue workers at noon today making the total known dead 24. Rescuers continued the search for 70 miners who Are still missing. Alof a it it a new Orleans May 3�? while caravans of refugees moved oui to places of safety today the flood and Back Waters of the Mississippi and its tributaries w re a Coni meting the inundation of the lowlands in half a Louisiana parishes More towns Are reported under a j tor with More threatened and a Fleet i of Rescue Craft Large and Small is j operating Over the funnel shaped area Betti in the red and Mississippi Rivers taking out the marooned and sending a warning to persons in the j threatened places. The gauge at Vicksburg shews a i Iso of three tenths of a foot to the j flood stage of 58.5 feet. New Orleans show a drop of one tenth to a 20.5 feet. Attributed to the break made in the levee at Poydras. I the population of refugee Camps swelled hourly with More than 14,000 flocking to five Camps alone tonight. Delhi Louisiana has More than Lopo. Two air planes with 400 pounds of medical supplies have been rent j there As a precaution. Tennessee m rather forecast Memphis May 3�?showers to night and wednesday slightly warmer in East tonight. Cooler wednesday. Khaki glad a a flyer l Akes Hamilton car recovered at Lincoln i some connection May exist officers believe Between the looting of the Ozark theatre Safe a out mid i night saturday and the theft of in j Essex coach the property of w. A Hamilton about la of clock monday j morning and which was recovered i tuesday at Lincoln where it is being i held for identification. Was seen to drive off the car was parked in front of Hamiltons Apple House. Someone j across the Street saw a Man dressed i a in Khaki and wearing an aviators Cap get in the machine and drive West until he made the turn onto the the witness in Wake of flood 75,000 Given smallpox serum 2 typhoid cases Tbs i the first picture to reach the United state of the wit too persons half of than Federal troops arc reported to have e of tile Gradai Avant me iou City train in which been . Derailed the train was fired on some or. Scr tors were shot afire. All that remained a As they attempted to escape my shown Here wore the Metal a Baku run. Were a car locked in the the motive Ann the Tram set outrage remain. A to i ski mint of a. A a Memphis. May i it bile Lorn id mercy Ltd it rim la a in he red Rolt a organization worked tirelessly in the even hooded male to feed and riot he refugee and the marooned i. With Ami sanitary Force were it Freng Theiler to Battle the spread of t Pho id. Two refugee believed it ing Stanley Graham a refugee from marked tree and a refugee at Bruins Landing. Ark., Are believed to be dying of the disease. The Buttle against the disease stalking Iii the Wake of unsanitary conditions flue to the flood has just begun j or. W. R. Reid National medi j Cal officer of the red Cross who added that perhaps 78, we in the Camps had been Given typhoid Anil anti smallpox immunisation. % a a old a time i id no is exhibited a s in sic Eek novel to i / $2,500 in sight for co. Rod Cross 1 $3,000 new goal while Fayetteville has subscribed More than eight times the quota first assigned her in the american red Cress drive for flood Rabat funds this City is continuing hot Raf forts to raise Money and had $2599 in sight tuesday when 12174 25 bad already been forwarded by w. A Reynolds county red Rosa chair Man. Or. Rey Nubia announced that a expect to increase the local sub a caption to at a at la too while the City Hopes to give at least $8,000 to flood sufferers Lictor its Campaign is ended. New arrest made in Baker murder on tip from son or. B. I. Wheeler noted educator Dies in London county City school election saturday May 21 resignation of u. S. Minister to China rumoured and denied a taentrt1 Presa peking China May 3 officials of the United states legation Here today denied reports received in Tokyo that John Van a. Macmurray american minister to China has resigned. London dispatch carries report London May 3 an Exchange Winslow Highway. Telegraph dispatch from Tokio says did not Stop the stranger he said that dispatches from peking Stute Bethought the Man probate that John Van a. Macmurray american minister to Chinu has resigned. Permission to assessor opens tour at Spring Valley the assessors tour of Washington county for the purpose of assessing real estate and personal property was opened monday morning it Spring Valley by g. W. Hayes had or. Hamiltons drive the car. $25 Reward offered four new general balloon tires were on the machine which is a 1926 Model. The owner had offered a $25 Reward for its return. Or. Wallace reopens Fayetteville office or. J. M. Wallace specialist is to county assessor. A Complete Itin Jas been spending some time in his Crary of the tour was announced several weeks ago by the assessor. Or. Hayes will leave each Point in the county on the Date named at 3 30, he has announced. Waldron sets new former Home at Harrison hat returned to Fayetteville Ami re opened his medical office in the Cravens building 17 eat Center Street where he has taken additional office room. The family Are again Dom i oiled at f>20 Storer Street. Mile run record suggests i. Circles vote red Cross Aid Only one event had been completed at 5 p. In. In the Intra mural track the Young Matron s Mission Circle meet Hel Ltd at the University tuesday of the Baptist lunch composed o. And to be continued wednesday. This 20 Young women who meet f Rowan the mile run won by Waldron Quentlyn for Billie and Mission study Buck National his time being 5 min voted is from its wee trea Ury Des 9.1 seconds setting a new Intra toward red Cross Aid. A a i he amount n ural track record at the University is Small a a member said a but so i oven Bey of Kappa Sigma was our Circle Treasury. If every Church reel lid Trimble of Theta Kappa no group and Circle would give something and Lawton of Sigma no fourth thing the whole fund would be in a Good crowd turned out for the events in spite of occasional Rains. Creased materially and of course we i Are giving St. Louin mo., May 2, 1027. W. J. Reynolds chairman county m a Anni. Hod or is. Fayetteville Ark. Ii pc n recommendation of messes Hoover and Fie or follow int completion of to e r Survey of the flood disaster a the red Cross Central committee has derided that i v. Of the vast increase of the f loot led area. U Ltd Mer a a situation now demands a minimum of $10,Ogo,Odo, to it doubles the quota already assigned your chapter. If sol have already raised double your quota continue your efforts to secure As Large an amount As possible. Extend this Appeal to All communities within your chapter jute diction. We Are confide it we can depend upon a continuation of your Loyal and devoted Ellerts in i Hilt Risi we. M. Raxter or. Or. Reynolds answer we. M. Baxter jr., american red Cross St. Louis to this acknowledges your wire advising of need of $10,000,-000. We have already exceeded our quota eight times and will continue to carry on. W. J. Reynolds chapter chairman Rogers May 3�?a Man who gave the name of a ton Wev arrested by Deputy sheriff Edgar Fields late monday for the murder of Joe i. Baker mail Carrier and Farmer at la Rue to Miles East of Here and whose son Lawrence a jailed on suspicion immediately following tin inquest Over the body of Baker who was killed thursday night it his Home. Lawrence who is 15 years old went to the barn to lock the Corn crib and returned to the House telling his father that some one was stealing Corn. Taking a lantern and n shot gun when he could red final his revolver Baker accompanied the boy to the barn where according to the boy Odio witnessed the killing a Man came out and fired at them the Bullet penetrating the hat of the boy. Baker returned the fire and was shot the boy said by one of two in tit i or men who came out later. A Dit i Ferent Story was told later and bakery a revolver was later found at continued on Page 5 total of $35,500 building permits building permits totalling $35,-500 have been issued recently by James Dinwiddie building inspector. They permits issued to John n. Tillman for remodelling his residence approximate Cost $5,000 to Lister loiter for residence approximate Cost $5500 to Ber Dodd 2 $1500 residences to Ber Dodd for a store on South College approximate Cost .2,00 and to John Anderson for a Rooming o Apar Imp House n . By nue approximate Cost 320,00young women Given credit for capture of escaped convicts part of the credit tor capture it the two men lunged with Hie theft of an automobile belonging to Jim Phillip of Goshen recently is being Given to miss Genevieve Shafer who wan a guest of miss Cuba Phillips in the Phillips Home the night the ear was stolen. Thi it i tin Way the Story goes a was soon As the theft a j discovered Early the. Next morn a ing one car started in Pursuit toward j a Springdale but i s Shafer s intuition told her that wire were Down toward Hunt Ville the thieves Wert More Likely to have taken that route. A forgetting break a t he arranged for a ear and with the daughter of the family and a Driver Walloon Heade i toward Hind Ville it was riot Long until they found the ear abandoned Iii the Middle of a St i a am and were Given description of the two men by a Farmer living near. Authorities were notified and immediately started on Tim convicts Trail catching them before they hat time to make Good their a Lapin the Hills. The men were prisoners who had broken jail at i lie Rock arid could not then be taken i Back on account of High Waters Al j that time. T hey were held Here until the trip could to made safely. Quot a \ a it \ b. I. heeler i it a i of a Iii to if to # London May 3 an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Vienna report the death of or. Benjamin a heeler president emeritus of the University of California. When a Busine s Man Ranis in the forefront of the world of mater i Tai affairs he is called a a Captain a of Benjamin me Wheeler former pres-1 till i t of the or in is ii of California the Man who built that institution i into tin greatest University in the w Virld in size by the same Token was u Quot Captain of lacking the qualities of it a a mixer and doing Bis work with Little fanfare of trumpets. Or. Wheeler nevertheless possessed the ability Ami the imagination to envision the univer continued on Nave id materialism Given As Renson for youth suicide epidemic final indices of filing for election Ami re election As District school director in Washington county Are being posted in each of the districts a Reque red by Law 15 Days prior to the state Chon election May 21, officials in the office of the county superintendent said tuesday morning. Election of one director will la held in it h of the 139 Wash Kington Hool Hist riels except where vacancies in the boards have of i curved other Thun by term expiration. Besides the election of a director in each District the school tax will be voted by residents of the respective districts. Election supplies bal a loin etc., have been sent to election i com Mitten f in All parts of the county for tin yearly school election it was j said. Two local bidders n Benton to. Job two Fayetteville contractors e. A novel window display showing one of the first too placket ing pianos Ever built in comparison with one of the most recent bickering has been arranged at guiding cry music store As Ait attraction appropriate to National music week now being observed. The old timer i cloudburst 1 at Winslow tuesday . Third octaves and was first sold to a mrs. Gill of Boston on february 17, ish before Luna bickering founder of the Chic fearing company had invented the Over Strung scale. Or. Guisinger Doe riot know How the old piano which is the 342nd made by puckering found its Way into the Ozark but he bought it from a family in the West end of Washington county a few years ago. The record in the transaction has been misplaced and or. Guisinger docs not know from whom he bought the instrument. In the window display also is a foe simile of the Bill of Sale to the first piano Ever manufactured in America. It too was a a puckering. The Bill of Sale or receipt which is dated bos. Ton june 23, 1823, states that the sum of $275 was received by Stewart v. Chic leering from James in Bingham Esq i Quot for one Square piano Forte warranted for miss thankful c. special demonstration announced a Bird and r. E. Wages have made i special demonstrations of pianos Billa on the $200,000 Benton county reproducing piano automatic Ortho eur Orthouse to in constructed at Ben phonic Victrola and other instr int rial Hiim Printer my Winslow May 3�?a cloudburst Here this afternoon starting at 12 45 and lasting nearly two hours flooded this Little City and for the time threatened to put Low parti of it under flood water. The rain was a cum of five and one j Panier by lightning Thunder an heavy Hail but no damage other than dial usual from Hail to crops resulted. A High wind alarmed citizens but lasted Only a Short White. The Tunnel was flooded but water soon receded and the afternoon train passed through safely. All streams Are up and it wus still raining at four of clock. Billville. Bid. Will close May 5. Fourteen other builders also have bid on the proposition. They Are Mer niger and Dalton Pittsburg Kansas Volmer arum Maser fort Smith j. F. Lettabel Springfield Albert Allen Siloam Springs Lon Pace Bentonville j. In Reddick fort Smith Bailey Burns construction company Norman Oklahoma Stewart Mcgehee company Little Bock Herman Mccain construction company Little Rock Muskogee construction company Muskogee Oklahoma George Fuller Green conduction Una by Kansas try Rati Iko Aud tinier fort Smith shul merits will he held throughout the week Guisinger a announced tuesday. Ampian reproducing piano demonstrations will tie held wednesday after noon arum thursday afternoon from two until five of clock and other demonstrations will he held at All hours it is announced. 8,467 population for Fayetteville in new directory a population of 8.487, exclusive of children under 18 and non Resk tent University students some 1,000 or More is shown by the new Eity directory issued by the interstate directory company delivered tuesday. A two types of the directory have been printed thus strongly bound like a Book of which 180 were sold and smaller classified directories of which 1600 were sold. The product is the result of Many weeks work Here on the part of Heber Page general superintendent of the company. The turn tier of children uniter 1$ in each family la listed after the Nam of the father or Mother. The occupation of each person and his residence also is Given. Classification is alphabetically among Individuate by Telephone numbers listed consecutively and by streets with the streets listed alphabetically. A classified business a cum also appears in the larger directory. Tax or. Jewell to make Survey at a and m school Magnolia a a r. Jewell is in fort Smith j Berry picker shortage a state Church reported by Bureau opened at c. C. Office or. J where he addresses convention before going on to Magnolia where he will make a Survey rub i Oklahoma on auction pock. it hers Piton Par company Little a to. A Maic Ria ii a Sta May Incesti teaching a of the Iii v i so i chiefly i possible for student useide. Prof. In i. Poop of Vav Lieut on 111., Dei dared in a report to the world the inn fundamental a striation Herr today. A when you convince Man that he the an animal and nothing gut an animal a said or. Poop a the will act like an animal and Veri worse and you will have a re crude a Nee to the poop described the a real need of Colli g a the a need of Chri go j Fri Ross of nos Loi la i Nash 11�?Tmfn in it it u Roger Constitution company of the curricula of the a. And m. College at that Point timing made relative to the proposal to Grant la i degrees to elementary teachers from those agricultural schools having standout is sufficiently High made by the state Hoard of education thursday night or. Jewell will deliver the annual commencement address at the Magnolia school. X Rames $500 iou Ari 1,000 i in Sion him Rev. O. Ii. Tucker of the methodist Church in charge of raising $1,090 by october for the super annual minister a fund in the methodist Church reports half of the fund already subscribed. He has the territory including Fayetteville fort Smith and Booneville. Or. Tucker returned monday from Madi a son county where he preached Hun i Day it Huntsville. Fainted when she saw Gray beating husband mrs. Snyder testifies it if Intuit Utha in a new York. May 3 mrs. Ruth Snyder testified today that when she saw by r Lover and co defendant Henry Judd Gray beating her husband she fainted and after reviving made no a fort to learn whether her husband was dead or alive. Mrs Snyder returned the stand today after to hours in the witness chair test week facing further Cross i lamination by the state and counsel fur Gray. Twenty six 03d Pun it ii ter Jay i a pier being p nil. I y the a. In sacks of doth my was dispatched yes Washington c. With Mort plan two buildings in school districts tug and a Ca Tad. Nada r shipment. Aerials in intuition i to lie ing sen Pion at i and iou into Ady of t. By Ling f out y clothing ship louies be a Etc Vul it ready u. Of a. Har her shop Soli out to Murphys Frank Vav Bissitt has sold his one third interest in the i jut a. Parlier shop on West Dickson Street to Clint plans to erect a new achoo building at Sawyer and remodel the Structure it Brush Creek Wert Matte tuesday ar<1 la Ftp or j a a Gullet Murphy it a two districts a shortage of Barry picker in the Fayetteville Tabor District including that territory from the Missouri Arka Taa Hue South to West Fork and West to the Siloam Springs line i in in. Ted by l. N. Gooding of the farm Luybor division j. Ii employment service department of labor in town to arrange for labor distribution in the Ozark fruit and Barry area. One thousand pickers a needed at once or. Gooding state announcing that the labor department will open an office with the chamber of omm Rcd her for routing pick i ers for the Fayetteville territory where they Are most needed. Farmers who need pickers and i Durra looking for work Are both Askov to apply at the handier office. Or. Gee Ding personally will a in charge of the Bureau until arrival of is l. Humphreys of Van Buren Linsao Cru who Wilt remain for the two is Elk Berry picking Rush period. Two automobile loads of Jolk Elt Here from fort Worth Texas wer routed by the Bureau today. A i let employment Bureau service is free. Ii b until orders Arkan a a for la red the Central in pm is and red a in the a it i i i in. Of v v in t to c supervisor of building and grounds tat department of education who it tuesday morning to in in a work. U pal in t d r ibo i a cd to five Stales from there d in the Iii Vav eld. The con for time g St was assisted in his work by county superintend building will lie in Comite re Parley next september. Announced tuesday the amount involved a not made Public. Or. Whited will remain a operator in the shop glee la it program to esd Vav at la Auel Tho glee club program tuesday evening opening with the Alma mater at 8 of clock was schedule to attract a Large audience. 4 Resolution passed a a toil i uak ted member the episcopal women Guild meeting monday Drew up a re Filu Don of a love and respect homa Mig i s. George Chase a prominent mender recently deceased. Mrs Bane for Many years was an Active member of the Guild and a i Radii 4 spirit in local Church activities.-js&4

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